Opinion

The Unyielding Promise of Nigeria’s Mining Sector (2), By Fatima Ibrahim Maikore

The main driver of the illegal activities that are the bane of the sector is the fact that the products of illegal mining activities keep finding access to both the local and international markets. Therefore, the dealers – both the traders and exporters of the products of illicit mining activities…
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Columns

Creative Thinking: The New Secret To Success With Vocational Training, By Adetola Salau

The way the design thinking process works is that the end user is put in mind first and it also involves the participation of both the designers (students) and the customer. This collaboration and gathering of information are highly coveted qualities that are necessary in the workplace. And, these are…
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Opinion

Politics Is Not A Game For Gentlemen, By Simbo Olorunfemi

The gentlemen who come into politics must remember that it takes more than a philistinic fidelity to one's own ideas to attain power. Getting hold of political power involves a lot of negotiation, strategising, compromising and building bridges. It is a fallacy for anyone to assume ideas by themselves, without…
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Guest Columns

World Malaria Day: Saluting the Efforts of Nigeria’s Health Champions, By W. Stuart Symington

This World Malaria Day, we are proud to reaffirm the commitment of the United States to continuing this global progress and ending malaria in Nigeria. And I extend our hand in partnership to all of those who will join us. Zero malaria starts with me, you, and everyone working together…
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Opinion

Why Malami Must Not Return As AGF/Justice Minister, By Godwin Onyeacholem

The death knell for a much-anticipated revolutionary justice system, and indeed the Buhari administration’s promised war against corruption, sounded the moment Abubakar Malami, a Senior Advocate of Nigeria, was awarded the post of Attorney General and Minister of Justice in Buhari’s unduly delayed first list of cabinet ministers. With that…
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Columns

Widows, Orphans and the Price of Failed Governance, By Zainab Suleiman Okino

The Zamfara tragedy, coming shortly after Boko Haram’s devastation of the a lot about the declining glory of this vast and rich Governor Kashim Shettima of Borno once disclosed that the insurgency has left in its trail, 54,911 widows and 52,311 orphans, and they are still counting. There is this…
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